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Mark Hucklesby, Grant Thornton's National Technical Director, says the visit will be a great opportunity for Professor King to share first hand his views on integrated reporting and how it can be used as an effective governance tool for performance
Integrated Reporting will provide more comprehensive and meaningful information about all aspects of an organizations performance and position, presented in a much clearer, more concise and more user friendly format...The range of issues economic,
Hong Kong’s 28-day inquest of the fatal Manila hostage drama concluded on Wednesday that all the eight Hong Kong tourists, three of whom were Canadians, were "unlawfully killed" on 23 August at the Luneta Grandstand Parade Grounds.
47 The price increases could, for the first time since October 2008, push petrol prices in parts of the interior up above R9/litre again. Jan 25 2011 13:42 Employers have been warned to plan carefully for the public holidays in 2011 to avoid a "
August 23, 2010 hostage tragedy in Manila, has invited at least five ranking Philippine National Police officials for the second phase of its inquiry. The second phase involves the institutional and procedural review of government bodies that could
Branch 11 Judge Ernest Louie Miguel reset the arraignment and preliminary conference of Manila Police District (MPD) Senior Police Officer 2 Gregorio Mendoza, which was scheduled on Tuesday, after Mendozas lawyer filed a motion for reconsideration...
President Aquino's decision had further subjected the role of the Department of Justice (DoJ) and its attached agency, the National Prosecution Service (NPS), to political control and undermining. These two orders reaffirmed the vulnerability of the
The Hong Kong government expressed disappointment in President Aquino's decision to downgrade the charges against Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim and other officials involved in the mishandling of the August 23 hostage crisis. The official
Earlier, the Hong Kong government said the Philippine government must "live up to [its] pledge to be accountable to the public." "In fact we just had a visit from a high ranking official of the foreign ministry yesterday [Wednesday] and we talked
Manila, Philippines. October 14, 2010. Senators Juan Ponce Enrile and Sergio Osmena III called on Justice Secretary Leila de Lima to resign if she did not agree with President Benigno Aquino III's decision to alter her recommendations in